MIDWAY
ELEVATION5,600 FEET
MOVIE FILMED HERE127 HOURS
SIZE OF TOWN3.3 SQUARE MILES
Next to the Wasatch Mountains nestled in the Heber Valley, lies the picturesque town of Midway. Home to several events of the 2002 Winter Olympics as well as a famed golf course, Midway is the perfect destination for those outdoor lovers looking for fun and adventure. On the smaller side (population: 4000), it is undeniably quaint; so much so that the town hosts the very popular Swiss Days—celebrating their Swiss town aura.
The mountains are certainly the major draw here and tucked away in the center of Wasatch Mountain State Park is Soldier Hollow. This is the venue which saw Olympic action and which currently still holds events ranging from US skiing championships, to biathlons, to a sheepdog classic championship.
  • WASATCH MOUNTAIN STATE PARK

    One of the state’s most popular parks, Wasatch offers a host of activities. From bike and ATV tours, to river rafting adventures, to of course skiing and snowmobiling, the park has something for every season of the year.

  • ARTSY TOWN

    Given the town’s charm and vibe reminiscent of a Swiss village, it’s no wonder the art scene is thriving here. The High Valley Arts Outdoor and Indoor Theaters feature a number of plays and live performances year-round. And you definitely cannot miss the acclaimed Western Music & Cowboy Poetry Festival.

  • DINING OUT

    The people of Midway take pride in their culinary scene. While there may not be a ton of restaurants, the ones they do have feature a wide range of cuisines. There is no shortage of BBQ, bar and grills and steakhouses. There are also selections which include lighter fare and international favorites.

  • THE HOMESTEAD CALDERA

    The town features a natural hot spring. The Crater, covered by a natural dome, began forming about ten thousand years ago. Today tons of tourists come to swim and even scuba year-round in the 95 degree waters of the “hot pot.”

THE WEATHER
  • Midway is a short 9-mile drive from Park City, so many visitors stay in Midway for their winter ski trips. Midway receives about 100 inches of snow each year.

  • Springs are a slow season. It is too warm for skiing and too cool for summer exploring.

  • Summers are beautiful. Average daily highs are in the mid-80s and it is the dry season.

  • Falls are fairly mild, especially in September and October. October highs remain around 60 degrees. Early falls are nice for seeing the changing of the colors.

    VEBO EXPERIENCES IN MIDWAY
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